- Also called group medicine. the practice of medicine by an association of physicians and other health professionals who work together, usually in one suite of offices.
- any similar practice by an association of professional persons.
- Law. a system in which legal services are provided by a corporation retaining and paying a number of lawyers.
Origin of group practice
First recorded in 1940–45
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- a medical practice undertaken by a group of associated doctors who work together as partners or as specialists in different areas
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- The practice of medicine by a group of physicians, each of whom is usually confined to some special field but all of whom share a common facility.
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